Alumni Awards

The Albion College Alumni Awards are a decades-old tradition at Albion College during which we recognize alumni who embody Albion College values and who inspire pride in the Briton community.

Alumni Association Awards

Make a Nomination

Nominations are open year-round. Deadline for nominations is October 31. Submissions on or after November 1 will be considered for the following year.

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Distinguished Alumni Award

The Distinguished Alumni Award honors alumni who have demonstrated excellence in career achievements and contributions to community and humanity. The Young Alumni Award honors alumni who have achieved great success and/or service to the College in their first ten years after graduation. These two awards are selected by the Alumni Association Board of Directors (Alumni Board).

Learn more about the Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

Young Alumni Award

The Young Alumni Award honors alumni who have achieved great success in their first ten years after graduation and/or service to the College. Each year, honorees offer inspiration and encouragement as models for principled leadership and a wholehearted commitment to serving others.

Learn more about the Young Alumni Award Recipients

James L. Curtis Alumni Leadership Award

The James L. Curtis, ’44, Alumni Leadership Award recognizes Black alumni that have made significant contributions of time and effort to Albion College and its students. This award is selected by the Black Alumni Chapter leadership team.

Learn more about the Curtis Alumni Leadership Award Recipients

Athletic Hall of Fame

Inductees into the Albion College Athletic Hall of Fame are recognized for their exceptional contributions to the achievements and prestige of Albion College in the field of athletics. Men and women are honored either by virtue of their performance on athletic teams representing the College, or by meritorious efforts in years after graduation.

Learn more about the Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

Submit a Hall of Fame nomination